Green Close, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD20 8UX


Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education

Each half term, the whole school will focus on the same topic in PSHE. We follow a spiral curriculum so each year builds on the learning from the previous year. Alongside each half terms focus area, there is a link that allows you to explore learning opportunities together at home. Just click on the link.


Autumn 1: Me and My Relationships: Home learning link

Autumn 2: Valuing Difference: Home learning link

Spring 1: Keeping Safe: Home learning link

Spring 2: Rights and Responsibilities: Home learning link

Summer 1: Being my best. Home learning link

Summer 2: Growing and Changing. Home learning link


At Eastburn School, we use resources from SCARF; a comprehensive, fully resourced, progressive PSHE scheme of work for 3-11 year olds.

Visit the website to look through the FAQs and parent pages to find out more.






Please take a look at the Internet Safety PowerPoint below from the Brathay Trust who recently did some work with the children in school.

Internet Safety PowerPoint


Useful resources to support mental wellbeing at home.




West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service have provided some learning materials around fire safety in the home for you to explore with your child. Follow the link to have fun while you learn ways to keep safe.





Protected Characteristics: Please follow this link to learn more.... 


 Financial Education - We look forward to welcoming Mybnk back into school to deliver 4 fantastic sessions with the aim of Empowering young people to take charge of their future by bringing money to life. Follow the link to visit the website and find out more.



Year 6 Visit from Robbie Moore 2023

Year 6 recently had a visit from Keighley MP Robbie Moore. The class loved learning about his role and also took the opportunity to question him!  They were lucky enough to receive a follow-up letter from him too, please do have a read through it here.


HSBC Visit 23.3.23

Representatives from HSBC bank came to school today and worked with all classes to focus on financial education. They presented us with a 'Smart Money Award' in assembly.


Our Mental Health Champions have been visiting classes in school to share well being tips. Class 2 loved it and have been using the techniques shared - well done everyone! 

9.11.23 Today we welcomed the NSPCC in to school to deliver 'Speak Out, Stay Safe workshops to Year 2, 5 and 6.